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We announced the 2018 Artificial Intelligence 100 last month, and Fortune Magazine just did a great graphic and feature on the companies (see The Blurb for the article).
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Planes, trains, and automobiles
With travel tech startups seeing record investment in 2017, we look into the state of travel tech, from the sector’s most active VCs to the steps online travel agencies are taking to stay relevant.
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We’ve added a few enhancements to our Market Map Maker, including smart image positioning, which will help you make beautiful market maps faster (without spending all that time mindlessly positioning images).
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Some consultant gibberish for you on this lovely Tuesday.
This one has all the key elements of any good framework.
Thanks to subscriber Nigel Barron for flagging this one for us.
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In March 2016, GM bought autonomous car innovator, Cruise Automation, for north of $1B. A year and a half later, we wondered how the combination of the two was working out.
During a fireside chat with Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier at the CB Insights A-ha! Conference in December, Kyle Vogt, Co-founder & CEO of Cruise, said he’s gained an appreciation for how the blending of GM’s and Cruise Automation’s strengths adds up to a significant competitive advantage.
You can watch that part of their conversation here.
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